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Epoxy flooring is a cost-effective liquid-applied flooring system that cures into a hard plastic surface. Our epoxy floor contractors offer high-quality epoxy services for residential and commercial clients. No matter what you envision for your space, we can create a custom epoxy solution to fit your needs.
Why Book Our Epoxy Flooring?
- Epoxy flooring is quick and easy when our professionals are involved in your installation process. The flooring itself is extremely durable and affordable regardless of the industry we are installing it in. Garage epoxy floors are fantastic choices for garages that are highly used, whether you’re storing your vehicle or using it as a workshop, garage epoxy floors can withstand all types of usage. When an epoxy garage floor is installed an average of 72 hours are needed before the garage can be used, thankfully, epoxy coatings are not toxic and will not harm you or your family if you enter the garage prior to the hour mark. Just like a can of paint from a convenience store, don’t sit and sniff the mixture.
499 Lincoln St. Unit # 3
Marlborough, MA 01752
Marlborough, MA 01752
Mon - Fri: 9:00AM - 5:00PM
508 786-1935 / 774 249-4225
OUR 4 STEP PROCESS BY OUR PROFESSIONAL INSTALLATION TEAM
- STEP 1 - PROFILING CONCRETE SLAB
The entire slab is mechanically ground to give the concrete the required surface profile to ensure proper bonding. All edges, corners and hard to reach areas are hand ground.
- STEP 2 - CRACK & CHIP REPAIR
Chips, cracks and broken edges are filled with polyurea filler and ground down after they cure. The entire area is swept, vacuumed and blown off to remove all loose debris.
- STEP 3 - COLOR & FLAKE
The 100% solid epoxy base coat is what bonds to the concrete surface and provides the floor base color. All corners, control joints, edges and hard to reach areas are cut in with a brush. Vinyl chips are broadcast to refusal to achieve complete coverage.
- STEP 4 - SCRAPE & TOP COAT
The floor is scraped, cross-hatched, excess chips vacuumed and blown off in prep for top coat. The final coat of polyaspartic is applied with a squeegee, then cross-hatched to ensure proper coverage.